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    i have been to this place about four times and never thought it big enough for a report,although I always believe no matter ho big the building is there is always an explore there and a photograph to be had.so thought I would give it a report finally..I really actually like this place.its full of character and very apmospheric.its sat on the edge of the woods next to a large Manor House grounds.and just up the road from a small village.a wooden construction on two levels although the upstairs you can't get too due to the external staircases that have rotten away.i would like to catch this place as the fog sets in.



























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    Interesting construction!Great shots,thanks for sharing.

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    You're not wrong, there's definitely some good photos there! :)

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    Must have bin a half decent club who played there either that or someone was a very generous, from the first pic I thought it might have been Johnny Wiesmullers jungle eleven, fantastic pics, Thanks
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    love shot number 3 , definately worth it, nice one

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    Fantastic location,equalled by the quality of the pics :)

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    Very nice that! Nice one

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    Thank you all for the nice comments. .
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    Nice photography. And a nice location.

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